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Molly Thomas doesn’t shy away from expressing who she is in her music. Never trying to emulate anyone with her sound, but always mindful of the influence that her experiences bring, she has constantly continued to craft her skills. She has now poured them into a stunning showcase, in the form of her latest effort, “Make Everything Bright.”
The road to “Make Everything Bright” started when she began playing violin as a child in Mississippi and has taken her around the world sharing the stage with names like Todd Snider, Will Hoge, Matthew Ryan, Mando Saenz, Amelia White, Will Kimbrough, Tommy Womack and K.S. Rhodes. Each mile prepping her for making the type of music that begs to be written. Her desire to share her stories and evoke emotion from others is where her talent and heart shines brightest.
“Make Everything Bright”, co-produced by Marco Giovino (drummer for Norah
Jones, Patty Griffin, Robert Plant) is filled with the same gritty passion that has
always permeated her music. It’s an album made of “real” and reflects on life
with an exuberant joy but certainly not through rose-colored glasses.
It is an album that cuts through the predictable female singer songwriter stereotype and Molly is able to call it like it is and move on. But these aren’t the ramblings of some prepubescent
wallowing in her misery these are the stories of a woman who sees through the games people play without becoming bitter or victimized.
Molly’s music stirs up a plethora of emotions. Sometimes, tied to a sense of loss, but if you are able to step out of this disjointed world in which we live, you will find that there is also plenty of room for toasting, loving and laughing. Molly’s music is a reflection of these ingredients of the human spirit and this album provides a perfect snapshot in which to relate.
To learn more about Molly Thomas, visit: http://mollythomas.com